The British company ARM presented a regular annual update of the hardware platform – the core of the Cortex-A77 and the graphics accelerator Mali-G77. The high-performance Cortex-A77 CPU is the direct architectural successor to ARM’s most successful core, the Cortex-A76. The new development was created on the architecture of ARMv8-A (v8.2) using DynamIQ technology. At the same time, an increase in productivity of 20% is ensured. The maximum clock frequency is 3 GHz. The configuration of the Cortex-A77 is combined with the Cortex-A55 according to the big.LITTLE scheme. The new Mali-G77 graphics accelerator is based on the completely new Valhall architecture, replacing the Bifrost, developed in 2016 for the Mali-G71. ARM says that the new processor reduced power consumption by 30%, increased productivity by 40%, and the speed of completing tasks related to machine learning increased by 60%. The Mali-G77 processor under the same load with the Mali-G76 can handle 3 times more operations. Cortex-A77 central processor and Mali-G77 video accelerator are designed for smartphones and laptops. The updated architecture is most likely to be used by Qualcomm, Samsung, Apple and MediaTek when developing promising processors. The Chinese company Huawei, suffering from US sanctions, will not yet receive the latest British company developments for its proprietary Kirin chips.